Dooming is a verb meaning to declare or to predict that someone or something is going to fail or be unsuccessful.

  • The company's doom was announced by the CEO.

  • The politician's doom was predicted by many people.

Definition of dooming


To pronounce sentence or judgment on; to condemn.


To destine; to fix irrevocably the ill fate of.


To judge; to estimate or determine as a judge.


To ordain as a penalty; hence, to mulct or fine.


To assess a tax upon, by estimate or at discretion.


The act by which something is doomed or fated; a condemnation.

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Example Sentences for dooming

  • 1

    It was doomed to be a phantasm.

  • 2

    This was taken as a portent of doom.

  • 3

    He is not purveying gloom and doom.

  • 4

    The doom buggies then move into the ballroom.

  • 5

    The marriage was doomed from the start.

  • 6

    The news is full of doom and gloom.

  • 7

    Are they doomed to misconstrue the scale for the remainder of the article

  • 8

    I have a presentiment of impending doom.

  • 9

    The corruptive officials were doomed to be arrested.

  • 10

    The enormous cost incurred doomed the venture.